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We believe that success and effort should be rewarded. We do this in a number of ways. Students are awarded ‘Commendations’ for success in lessons. These are recorded via ClassCharts.


Students who achieve eighty are awarded a Bronze Certificate which is awarded by their tutor. A student who receives one hundred and fifty commendations receives a Silver Certificate which is awarded by their Head of House and a student who achieves two hundred commendations receives a Gold Certificate which is awarded by a member of the Senior Leadership Team.

Any student who receives two hundred and fifty commendations receives a Platinum Certificate which is awarded by the Headteacher. Platinum award winners also receive a badge and are eligible to go on the Golden Time trip at the end of the Summer Term.

Students achieving a further fifty commendations receive The Governors’ Award which includes a framed certificate, a formal presentation and an invitation to the Governor’s Reward Tea.

House Points

House Points are awarded for actions relating to our Cornerstones. These are collected together and form the award of the House Cup at the end of the Summer Term; a highly prestigious award for the House that receives it.

Subject and House Colours

Heads of Subject and Heads of House can award students their ‘Colours’ throughout the year. Subject Colours will be awarded to students for outstanding achievement within subject areas and Heads of House for equally outstanding contributions to the life of the House and the College community. 

Presentation Evening

We hold two Presentation Evenings at the end of the summer term. Students are recognised for their achievement in the following categories: 

  • Most Effort
  • Most Inspiring
  • Most Improved

There is a prize awarded for each subject as well as individual awards for outstanding overall achievement.

We are incredibly proud of our students achievements and exam results at Crookhorn College. We are a non-selective comprehensive College that is committed to achievement for all.